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Sunday Micro Fiction: dialect hopscotch partisan vernal monologue

If Only She’d Been Real

We used words no one else would, like “ver­nal pre­cip­i­ta­tion” for April show­ers. We played hop­scotch in dialect, what we imag­ined Hob­bits sound­ed like. Before the next jump, we deliv­ered a mono­logue that had to end with the word “par­ti­san.” She sparkled like fairy tales and wish­es that went unan­swered.

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